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RC522

Part No RC522
Manufacturer NXP
Catalog RFID, RF Access, Monitoring ICs
Description IC READER 32-HVQFN
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ECAD Module ECAD
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$5.0870
$50.870
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$4.1740
$100.176
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$4.0440
$153.672
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$3.9130
$203.476
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$3.7830
$253.461
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$3.3920
$301.888
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MOQ: 10 pcs
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Products specifications

Categories RF/IF and RFID
Manufacturer NXP
Packaging Tray
Status Active
Type RFID Reader
Frequency 13.56MHz
Standards ISO 14443, MIFARE
Supply Voltage - Operating 2.5 V to 3.3 V
Temperature Range - Operating -25°C to 85°C
Case / Package 32-HVQFN (5x5)
Win Source Part Number 291215-RC522
Popularity Medium
Fake Threat In the Open Market 43 pct.
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Description

NXP RC522 RFID Reader/Writer

The NXP RC522 is a highly integrated transmission module for contactless communication at 13.56 MHz. This powerful product is designed to enable RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) functionality for applications such as access control, payment systems, and ticketing. The RC522 utilizes advanced modulation and demodulation concepts, fully integrated into all types of passive contactless communication methods and protocols at 13.56 MHz.

With its impressive features, the RC522 supports a variety of protocols including ISO/IEC 14443 A/MIFARE, which is widely used in the industry. The reader is capable of handling not only MIFARE® standard encryption but also its own proprietary Crypto1 algorithm, ensuring secure data exchange. The RC522's antenna design and support for fast data transfer enable efficient and reliable communication with RFID tags.

The module comes with a rich set of features that make it an ideal choice for developers and integrators. A few notable features include:

  • Highly integrated analog circuitry to demodulate and decode responses
  • Support for rapid CRYPTO1 encryption algorithm to ensure secure transactions
  • Low-voltage, low-power consumption design, suitable for battery-powered systems
  • Flexible SPI interface for easy integration with a variety of microcontrollers
  • On-chip voltage regulator for consistent and reliable operation
  • Small form factor and low-cost implementation for economical design choices

The RC522 is not only powerful but also user-friendly. It is supported by a comprehensive suite of software tools that facilitate system development and reduce time to market. Whether for creating a new access control system or integrating RFID into existing products, the NXP RC522 is a versatile and reliable choice that offers excellent performance and value.

Overall, the NXP RC522 RFID Reader/Writer module stands out as a compact, cost-effective solution for adding RFID capabilities to a variety of electronic systems. With its robust feature set and proven reliability, it is well-suited to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving RFID market.

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